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1) He was killed while investigating Jim Jones' cult in Georgetown, Guyana.


2) Renowned diplomat Max Kampelman was a conscientious objector during WWII and participated in the Minnesota Experiment, which pushed the boundaries of ethics in science. What did it do?

3) Nicaraguan dictator Anastasio Somoza liked the U.S. ambassador to his country so much, he honored him by doing what?




4) Stephen Keat tells of how the new U.S. ambassador to Somalia arrived in country and committed which cultural faux pas when he greeted his Muslim hosts on the tarmac?

5) In his book "American Consul," Stu Kennedy notes that these two famous people actually served in the consular service.


6) This person complained that Cuban Security agents killed the family dog.

7) Iran hostage Michael Metrinko said during his captivity, "That guy was an idiot, and I could cheerfully have killed him.” Who was he talking about?


8) When the U.S. invaded Panama in 1989, where did dictator Manuel Noriega stay before he finally gave up?
9) The North Koreans seized the USS Pueblo after their attempt to do this failed miserably.


10) Herbert Fierst was a blond Jew who travelled through Nazi Germany in 1936. He said his greatest regret was:



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For the answers to the questions featured in the quiz, go to the links below:

Panama invasion
Iran hostage crisis
The Jonestown Massacre
“I’m still a dip kid!”
Cultural sensitivity training
Working with Anastasio Somoza
An encounter with Hitler
USS Pueblo
A brief history of the Consular Service